Borrowed Features Of Indian Constitution

  • The Constitution of India is the supreme law of India.
  • Following are the borrowed features of our Constitution.
    Govt. of India Act 1935
    • Federal system
    • Office of the Governor
    • Power of federal judiciary
    • Emergency power
    • Public Service Commissions
    • Administrative details                                                   
    The Britain
    • Parliamentary Type of Govt.
    • Bicameral Parliament
    • Law making procedure
    • Rule of law
    • Single citizenship
    • Prerogative Writs
    • Office of the Comptroller & Auditor General (C & AG)
    • Written Constitution
    • Independent Judiciary 
    • Judicial review
    • Preamble
    • Removal of Supreme court and High court Judges (Impeachment)
    • Functions of Vice-President
    • Fundamental Rights
    • Federation with a strong centre
    • Residuary powers with the centre
    • Appoinment of State Governors by the Centre
    • Advisory/Review of supreme court
    • Directive Principles of States Policy
    • Method of election of President
    • Nomination of members of the Rajya Sabha by the President
    • Suspension of Fundamental Rights during the emergency
    • Concurrent list
    • Language of the preamble
    • Freedom of trade
    South Africa
    • Amendment procedure
    • The Concept of 'Republic'
    • The right to freedom and equality before law
    Russia (USSR)
    • Fundamental Duties
    • Five year Plan
    • Procedures established by law.